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London driving test hardest to pass

Learners in the capital face toughest challenge

THOSE brave enough to learn to drive in London take longer to pass their tests. (Jay like many of our customers rose to the challenge!)

A new study by Privilege Car Insurance shows that learners in Belvedere, South London have a pass-rate of just 31%. Shedding L-plates isn’t much easier north of the Thames either, with just 32% passing in Wanstead, North East London.

That’s compared to the 70% of new drivers who pass learning on the roads in Kelso, Scotland and 69% in Lochgilphead, Scotland.

Charlotte Fielding from the car insurance firm said: “The general rule is that if you are driving on busier roads and complex road systems, your driving test is likely to be tougher.”

HIGHEST PASS RATES

70% – Kelso, Scotland
69% – Lochgilphead, Scotland
67% – Stranraer, Scotland
67% – Kendal, Cumbria
66% – Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria

LOWEST PASS RATES

31% – Belvedere, SE London
32% – Wanstead, NE London
32% – Barking, E London
33% – Wood Green, N London
35% – Stevenage, Hertfordshire

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